cholesteatomatous

cho·les·te·at·om·a·tous

(kō'les-tē'ă-tō'mă-tŭs),
Of or pertaining to cholesteatoma.
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The most common etiologic diagnosis was cholesteatomatous COM.
Bony destruction of the labyrinth is usually associated with long-standing cholesteatomatous otitis media.
Role of aerating mastoidectomy in non cholesteatomatous chronic otitis media.
The selection of a specific operative technique should be determined by the extent of the cholesteatomatous invasion in conjunction with the clinical assessment of Eustachian tube function, the degree of mastoid pneumatization and the anatomic configuration of the mastoid.
Microbiological profile with antibiotic sensitivity pattern of cholesteatomatous chronic suppurative otitis media among children.
This surgical technique is suitable for chronic otitis media, malformations of the auditory ossicles, traumatic damage to the ossicles, cholesteatomatous otitis media, otoslcerosis, and other diseases [1-6].
High resolution computed tomography of cholesteatomatous otitis media: Significance of preoperative information.
Morphologic characteristics, squared edges, and location help differentiate cartilage from a residual cholesteatoma or a cholesteatomatous pearl.
Comparative evaluation between tympanoplasty alone and tympanoplasty combined with cortical mastoidectomy in non cholesteatomatous chronic suppurative otitis media in patients with sclerotic bone.
At surgery, the contents of the expansile mass proved to be breakdown products of purulent hemorrhagic exudate and cholesterol, which had formed cholesteatomatous debris.
Cholesteatomatous extension into the middle cranial fossa usually spreads like a sheet over the dura.